I’m seriously excited about my concert this Sunday afternoon at the Legion of Honor Museum in San Francisco! I actually have butterflies in my stomach from the excitement. There are a few reasons why:
First, I LOVE the set list I’ll be performing for you. There will be not one, but two world debut songs that I’ll be sharing for the first time from my new, unreleased album. (This means the majority of this performance will be unreleased music from the new album.)
Secondly, the concept of the event is WATER, so I’ve created a special journey for this event that I adore so much that I may just need to tour it around soon. Here’s the write-up from the program:
“Using her original compositions, Christen Lien will tell a musical story of a water molecule’s very first journey through the Water Cycle. Beginning in the ocean, our water molecule will experience Evaporation, Condensation and Cloud Travel, Precipitation, and finally a Surface Run-Off adventure from a stream into a strong river that will return our water molecule to the deep ocean. After we experience the Water Cycle journey, Lien will perform ‘Fog of Fear,’ a song she wrote in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill tragedy of 2010. The composition ‘Home’ is a moment where we can reflect on how water has given us so much life, health and happiness, and ‘Prologue’ (a world-debut performance) and ‘Unconditional’ will take us into the future while remembering possibility, wonder and awe.”
Third reason why I’m giddy: My wardrobe will be smokin’ hot. Sexy and sophisticated, with stylings from Los Angeles designers Ritual and Elizabeth Michaels. Are you into sexy leather? Well so am I.
Finally, here’s one more reason for you to be excited: if you RSVP to the FB event page, you’ll enter a contest to win a pair of tickets to the “Impressionists On The Water” exhibit that is happening at the Legion of Honor in conjunction with this event, which is the last concert of the Soundwave ((6)) Soniclab Series.
This is going to be a classy and a very emotional experience at a world-class, stunning venue. The concert is free, and they are expecting standing room only. If you want a comfortable seat, I highly recommend you arrive early. First performance by Kriika is at 1:00pm, and my performance will start promptly at 2:00pm. Don’t miss the moment!
Event details are available on my live performance page.
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